that makes everyone wanna cook in it...
maybe it's the bright yellow... actually I'm pretty much convinced that is it...
If I ever purchase a house of my own, I think the kitchen will end up being the most expensive update to the house... I want a kitchen bench chopping board like Jamie Oliver... totally!!
oh, except for the bath, that's gonna cost a mint, ya gots to have a good bath i tells ya!
I wanna say a big HI to Fin and big licks as well... just because I can...
now not everyone will understand the constant references to *licks*... let me make it clear I don't generally walk up to people in the street and lick them... well not many anyway.... *kuffaw*... but our friend Phil (Nichol, some of you saw him last fringe) had a show at the Ed Fringe last year called "Things I Like, I Lick"... and I thought that was perdy cool, and sums up how I feel about things I like... sometimes I really DO wish I could lick them.... So it's become a bit of a saying of sorts...
375g Zucchini (about 1 large one)
1 onion or half a leek
grated carrot if you wish
1 Cup SR Flour
1/2 cup oil
1 Cup grated cheese
salt and pepper
Grate up the Zucchini and Carrot. Finely slice and dice the onion. Mix it all together in a bowl.
Lightly beat eggs. Sift Flour. Whack it all in the bowl and mix it up til it's a sticky mixture.
Put in a greased baking tray, cook in a moderate oven (180-200C) for 30-40 minutes.
Top of slice will brown when it's cooked. You can always test the consistency of the middle with a skewer... but you knew that.
Last night Vairi made it with grated pumpkin instead of carrot. That works too. i guess you could use any kind of starch or root vegetable if you liked or red onion instead of leek/normal onion.... i'll report on some variations when I've tried them. You can also fry up a couple rashes of bacon and add it to the mixture...
rode my bike to work today.... speaking of which, I should get back to it I suppose *sigh*